Building stronger families and a stronger Arizona during National Child Abuse Prevention Month
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Efforts to strengthen families, protect children and prevent child abuse and neglect are highlighted in April across the state. One such effort comes from the Arizona Department of Child Safety in offering families a free coloring book with supportive tips. First Things First also provides free parenting resources to the public. Help build stronger families by sharing these resources with families in your community.
Friends of Paulden Public Library
are holding a HUGE book sale
May 11th-12th 9 am to 3 pm
with thousands of items available!
Every year we prepare a report to look at how each of the District's branches is performing. We want patrons, staff, taxpayers, and stakeholders to know how tax money is being spent. We want to know what we should celebrate and where we need to do more work. This report makes these areas easy to see.
Spring Valley Women's Arts and Crafts Club, will meet from 1:00-3:00 p.m. on Fridays at the Spring Valley Library, This is a chance for local women to get together and talk, and have fun doing arts and crafts. The final rock painting class will be Friday, April 20; Arts and Crafts Club will begin the following week.
A library acts as the intellectual and social center of a community.
Come get involved!
CLARKDALE GETS ITS LIBRARY BACK
Celebrates Grand Re-Opening and 90th Birthday
The Yavapai County Community Health Survey is now live! The survey will remain open through Friday, April 7th.
Yavapai County Free Library District said goodbye to Barbara Kile in January, when she retired as Director after serving the District in various roles for almost 30 years. The Board of Supervisors appointed Corey Christians (then Yavapai Library Network Manager) to take on the job. This new website, is the first public expression of his vision of ever greater resources and service to Yavapai County library patrons.